- What Else Can You Do With an RFID Fashion Label?
Don't use RFID just for logistics and inventory management. Here are a few ways in which retailers can employ the technology to provide new services to their customers.
- RFID-Labeling Apparel Items
Here's how to set up your printer-encoder software.
- A New Approach to Pharmaceutical E-Pedigrees
EPCIS can support chain-of-custody verification—without a cumbersome data burden.
- Innovative Warehouse Solutions
RFID can improve efficiencies and deliver cost savings in warehouses.
- Solving the Water and Metal Problem
Physics can be used to improve RFID performance on hard-to-tag products.
- RFID: Looking Beyond the Retail Promise
Although RFID volumes in the retail and pharmaceutical markets fell short of expectations, the technology saw widespread deployment in other sectors.
- Dispelling RFID Network Performance Concerns
You can add RFID and maintain network performance—without redesigning your infrastructure. Here's how.
- Meeting the Needs of Small and Midsized Suppliers
Adoption of RFID by small and medium businesses is critical to the technology's long-term success, but SMBs face unique challenges.
- Mobilizing RFID Applications
The future of vehicle-mounted printing and data-collection devices seems secure, helping companies improve efficiency and create a competitive advantage.
- A Graphic Argument for RFID Labels
By modifying their requirements for shipping-container graphics, Wal-Mart and Target could give CPG makers a way for RFID compliance to pay for itself.
- Eliminating the Static
Electrostatic discharges can destroy RFID tags during their conversion to labels, but label makers are finding ways to short-circuit the problem.